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Doll 11

Demon Doll


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This doll has a demon attached to it, done by a coven of witches. What’s attached has never been human, and only has evil intentions. This doll is only suited to experienced paranormal investigators who which to research demons.

Since the spell, we have seen dark shadows around the doll, and she has a feeling of uncomfortableness around here. We’ve confirmed there is a demon attached, but have not spent too much time with it, as we don’t need the negativity in our lives.

The Concept of Haunted Objects

Haunted objects have long been an object of fascination, often featuring in folklore, horror stories, and paranormal investigations. These dolls are said to house spirits or supernatural energies by chance or through specific rituals. The phenomenon of haunted objects taps into the human fascination with objects that seem to bridge the gap between our world and the realm of spirits.

The History of Haunted Dolls

The history of haunted dolls dates back to ancient times and spans various cultures. In many traditions, dolls were not just playthings but were also used in spiritual practices. They served as vessels for protective spirits or, in some cases, were believed to house malevolent entities.

  • Ancient Rituals and Symbolism: In Ancient Egypt, dolls were placed in tombs to accompany the dead to the afterlife. And in European pagan traditions, dolls were often linked with spirituality.
  • Voodoo and Hoodoo Practices: Dolls in voodoo culture, known as voodoo dolls, are among the most well-known examples of dolls linked with spiritual practices. These dolls were used in rituals and were believed to influence people’s physical and spiritual well-being.
  • Japanese Ushi no Toki Mairi: In Japan, the “Ushi no Toki Mairi” ritual involved nailing straw dolls to sacred trees at Shinto shrines as a curse against enemies.

Haunted Items in Paranormal Research

In paranormal research, haunted items are often subjects of fascination. Paranormal investigators study these dolls to understand the nature of their supposed supernatural attachments.



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